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Jun 30, 2012 10:00pm PDT
zito walked three in one inning he walks into force in iran, a's and ranchers in texas, the rangers are too good. judge hamilton 25th home run of the armed rangers win 7-till. storms in the d.c. area kleist damaged at congressional country club in the golf tournament a light 6 hours and fans not allowed on the grounds. it tiger woods with this chip, in for a birdie he is one back of the leader. the call of the california classic at stanford stadium. the quakes come back to tie it. of a corner kick out the back of us but the quakes claim victory. 4-3. >>> was a you at 11. ♪[linkin park "burn it down"] ♪[rock] ♪ [narrator] can't wait for the honda civic tour featuring linkin park? neither can we. go to for details. to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo!
Jul 1, 2012 10:00pm PDT
originated in the silicon valley and with a three-year delay both texas executives and politicians say it hurts innovation the one existing offices in alexandria va getting an office in the valley has been three years in the making, it should bring products to market faster right now there are no satellite offices of that is it for patents have to go through the virginia office and in person appearances are required in front of examiners. >>> we think it will speed things up, there is a big a light were behind hundreds of thousands of patents, about a three-year delay which is absurd. that is a product life in the technology world >>> the delay affects product to market because investors are frustrated filing a patent is not an inexpensive and never were talking tens of thousands of dollars, not just treasure but time. at this point no locations selected for the new office although it is that the to be in san jose as many as 250 paten examiners will work here and those fallen for the patents will pay the operating costs no taxpayer money involved. this will be unveiled at a news confer
Jul 10, 2012 10:00pm PDT
in the drought. the head of noah's climate offices tom carl. >>> overseeing not only in texas but another phenomenon and other parts of a world. >>> where we can explain these events by natural variability along. >>> to know called the entire year of 2011 the year of extreme weather events. starting in joplin misery. all told there were seven tornado outbreaks in america last year. and all of that was caused by the name yet. typically landing at is marked by a sharp cooling in the pacific but last year's 20 new was the warmest ever and again the government concluded that global climate change payroll. >>> what's happening is keys and these normal fluctuations between on the landing and events that lead to some of the extreme conditions become more extreme more as intense than that might otherwise have been because we've got some increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. waiting to warmer planets. the scientists and not claim in that climate change causes a specific tornado or a specific route but what they are saying the first time ever is that science has advanced to the point the
Jul 13, 2012 10:00pm PDT
can remain if you don't have it am sorry have texas. hundreds of people were turned away when a fire marshal clear the aisles and the doorways and the hallways in the elevators and stairways. we can't even begin to get into the science that was discussed there but the turnout surprise even the business. >>> when i used to be rock stars and we to know for us it's a huge deal does anybody else care about that resource? we didn't know whether we should have a better room and now we know. for anyone who would like to see the lecturer or anyone who was turned away it will be posted on the physics department website. from the weather center in the in a great video for you tonight as the sun was beginning to set you can see the marine layer cbs five whether camera drifting into the travelling that looks like from our camera this looks like our satellites clouds had made inland at least a good 60 mi. to next to the 2018 seoul take a while soon back away to the coast and then we will see sunshine that we did today. those clouds will cause damage i'd temperatures yesterday at 90 degrees and d
Jul 17, 2012 10:00pm PDT
's a sad endings in his last stores against texas nuys of restoring adrian dickson did for his 17th home run. they allowed four runs bottom of the ada is down 521 bases loaded in says this strikes out looking grandma's a pop-up to an editing the rangers went 61. mukluk a prayer back in the giants' last after missing sunday's game for the birth of his daughter a very zia remains undefeated in lanza top of the fourth inning base hit to the west side into begun scores gl is even better on amounts. the june 5th rent captain of with the bases clearing double the density the braves' ninth nothing for their fourth straight win. member of the houston rockets at the new york knicks declined to match houston's three-year $25 million offer and it think when it comes to jeremy land is more than just about what does on the course. it's a great job. a new talk about marketing is selling jerseys for 67 bucks a pop and everybody is going to be wearing his number. to equate this brings a lot of money. 1230. bring immense. [ male announcer ] olympic tennis players bob and mike bryan are always on the move
Jul 1, 2012 8:30am PDT
are traveling from as far away as texas and florida to help untangle trees. >> the wait is over for some colorado residents who were forced to flee in the face of massive wild fire. authorities are allowing them to return home. as drew levenson shows us, the flames are only part of the threat to some of these empty homes. >> win the burden just came home after sleeping three nights at a friend's house. she and her fiancee evacuated when the walled canyon wild fire scrap within blocks of her home. she was thrilled to be back but shocked to find her car was gone, stolen >> it was a mazda, a limited edition >> thieves also broke into her house >> they came through the window >> they ransacked the place taking jewelry and computers >> you feel violated that there are people out there that prey upon victims and people who are already suffering. >> sarah cracker was still unpacking saturday, she took most of her precious belongings including the flag draped her father's coffin. she says it was stressful not knowing whether her home survived the fires. >> it's great to be able to get back to wo
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